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Video of IDF field hospital set up in soccer field in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Footage includes images of the premature baby born at the hospital today, and comments by the hospital commander, Col. Dr. Itzik Kryce. The IDF field hospital is currently the most advanced medical facility in the area, with intensive care units and operating rooms, as well as over 40 doctors and specialists. Currently 39 surgeries have been performed on survivors of the earthquake and 4 babies have been delivered.
9 Sep 2010
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EyeSurgin**** - The Clearscan® can be used with a standard 10 megahertz probe with an adapter for both retinal and anterior segment ultrasounds. Some clinics and hospitals require that any instrument that touches the eye must be sterile. An ultrasound probe can not be sterilized, but since the Clearscan® is sterile or sanitized for single use, the transfer of micro-organism from patient-to-patient is minimized and ultrasounds can be performed in a sterile environment such the operating room...
30 Sep 2010
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Follow a patient before, during and after undergoing mesothelioma treatment. BWHs Dr. Sugarbaker discusses the causes and symptoms of mesothelioma, describes the surgery available to treat this disease, and takes us into the operating room to see the steps of an extrapleural pneumonectomy.
31 Jan 2011
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*******on.fb.me/PreOp_com - NEW facebook page - it's cool! Patient Education Patient ED 617-379-1582 INFO On the day of your operation, you will be asked to put on a surgical gown. You may receive a sedative by mouth and an intravenous line may be put in. You will then be transferred to the operating table. In the operating room, a nurse will begin preparation by clipping or shaving the abdomen. The anesthesiologist will begin to administer anesthesia - most probably general anesthesia. The surgeon will then apply antiseptic solution to the skin around the area where the incisions will be made, ... place a sterile drape around the operative site. After allowing a few minutes for the anesthetic to take effect ... a small incision is made above the umbilicus; then, a hollow needle will be inserted through the abdominal wall. And the abdomen will be inflated with carbon dioxide. An umbilical port is created for the laparoscope. Four more incisions will be made, with care taken to keep the openings as small as possible. Patient Education Once in place, the laparoscope will provide video images, so the surgeon can insert the instruments used to locate and pull back the liver... in order to see the upper part of the stomach. First, the surgeon pulls the stomach away from the hiatus, or opening, in the diaphragm. Then, the surgeon cuts away the tissue that connects the liver and the stomach. The surgeon can then dissect part of the diaphragm around the esophagus... This gives better access to the diaphragm and the esophagus. Next, the surgeon pulls the esophagus upwards... and closes the hiatus with sutures. Some hiatal hernias can cause persistent and painful acid reflux and your doctor may decide to correct the problem surgically. In this case, the surgeon divides and separate the arteries that supply blood to the top of the stomach. After freeing the stomach from the spleen, your doctor wraps the upper portion of the stomach around the esophagus and sutures it into place. Patient Education A rubber tube is placed in the esophagus to keep the wrap from becoming too tight. All of the instruments are withdrawn... the carbon dioxide is allowed to escape... the muscle layers and other tissues are sewn together and the skin is closed with sutures or staples. Finally, sterile dressings are applied. Patient Education Company
16 Jul 2011
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Visit *******www.julianawetmore****/story.php Juliana was born in March of 2003. Her pregnancy was "normal" in the beginning. At our first ultrasound, her stomach could not be found. We were brought back two weeks later for another one, when she was a little larger. Still her stomach was not seen. We were sent to a larger hospital, where at about 24 weeks, during another ultrasound, the doctor came in to have a look and told us that he was going to do an amniocentesis. But he did not feel that whatever was happening with Juliana would show on it. He then told us that we needed to make a decision as to whether or not we were going to continue the pregnancy. Thom and I looked at each other, then quickly back at the doctor. We both said there was no decision to be made. This is our child no matter what. The next several months were filled with many prayers, many unknown answers, and many sleepless nights. We were able to see Juliana grow and continue to develop by way of weekly ultrasounds, starting at about 30 weeks. At 38 weeks she was finally ready to meet the world. The hospital staff did a fantastic job preparing for the unknown. Juliana as a newbornDuring her delivery the operating room where she was born was full of nurses, obstetricians, neonatologists, respiratory therapists, anesthesiologists, and many more. Juliana's birth was a very traumatic delivery and I was hemorrhaging afterward. While one team worked to save my life, another team worked to save Juliana's. I was briefly able to get a glimpse of her as they rushed her past to the NICU, where she spent the first 16 days of her life. She had her first surgery when she five days old, to insert a trach tube and a feeding tube. Through much research on Thom's part, while I was recovering in the hospital, we found Dr. Wolfe in Miami. He is a world renowned craniofacial surgeon and came highly recommended from different surgeons around the country. We traveled to Miami in late March and Juliana began her craniofacial surgeries with Dr. Wolfe on April 1. Juliana and DadThe first 18 months of her life were very difficult on all of us. She had many respiratory infections (RSV and pneumonia). We also continued to push ahead with her surgeries. With most of the surgeries came complications during recovery. As parents we heard some of the scariest words of our lives: "She may not survive this." We heard these words more than one time. And each time we went to our knees and prayed. Each time God had a bigger plan for Juliana. Juliana has endured 21 trips to the operating room. She has had everything from simple procedures, like inserting a Port-A-Cath, to major intracranial operations. Juliana will eventually make her own decisions about continuing on with surgeries. Juliana in schoolAt this point we are not doing cosmetic surgery. We are doing surgeries which will enable her to function without a trach or feeding tube. Our ultimate goal for Juliana is for her to be happy with who she is. She will be able to achieve any goal which she sets for herself or any obstacles put before her. We have no doubt that she can achieve this because she is so incredibly intelligent. —Tami Wetmore, Juliana's Mother
4 Nov 2011
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The clip Kemmerich Dies Part 2 from All Quiet on the Western Front (1930) O God, this is Franz Kemmerick, only 19 years old. He doesn't want to die. Please don't let him die. Paul. Paul. Franz. Take my boots home for Mueller. Oh, no, Franz, no. And if... Paul... you find my watch, send it home. Franz! Doctor. Doctor! Doctor! Doctor! Where's the doctor? Why isn't there a doctor here? Doctor, come quick. Franz Kemmerick is dying! Which one is that? Amputated leg. I've amputated a dozen legs today. Bed 26, sir. You see to it. I'm due in the operating room. One operation after another since 5:00 this morning. Sixteen dead today, and yours is the 17th. There'll probably be 20 by the morning. You're lookin' good. Very good today. What's your hurry? Hey! I'll bet he stole those boots!
11 Nov 2011
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Jal's trying to keep her pregnancy a secret until she figures out what she's going to do. But Spanish Orals, A-level Revision, Music Auditions, and needy friends are pressing down on her, and her secret is starting to leak out. What's more, Chris has asked her to move in. Will a visit from her Mom make everything better? It'll make her realize that the person she needs to talk to is the father of her child, Chris. But what Jal doesn't know is Chris has his own secret. And before Jal has time to come to terms with what's been happening, Chris is wheeled away to the operating room. Skins airs Sundays at 10pm/9c, only on BBC America.
13 Nov 2011
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The clip Nurse Scarlett from Gone with the Wind (1939) The Yankees! Yankees! Dr. Meade, they're getting closer. They'll never get into Atlanta. Never get through old Peg Leg Hood. Give me something for the pain! Give me something for the pain! Sorry, son, we haven't got anything to give you. These animals is driving me crazy! What luck! You got my jack. Give me an ace and I'll start another war. And I'll bid the moon. --that I never see you and my Pa again. This leg's got to come off. No, don't! Leave me alone! I'm sorry, soldier. -We're all out of chloroform. -We'll operate without it. No, no, you won't! You can't do it. I won't let you do it! Tell Dr. Wilson to take this leg off. It's gangrene. I haven't seen my family in three days. I'm going home for half an hour. Orderly, give me a lift! Nurse, you can free this bed. Miss Scarlett! Why, Frank Kennedy. Miss Suellen. Is she well? When did they bring you in? Are you bad hurt? -Suellen. Is she--? -She's all right. Dr. Wilson needs you in the operating room. He's gonna take off that leg. I'll be back. No! You leave me alone! Don't! I can't stand it! Don't cut! Don't cut! Don't! Don't! Please! Where's the nurse? Dr. Wilson's waiting. Let him wait! I'm going home! I don't want any more men dying and screaming. I don't want any more!
21 Nov 2011
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*******www.beverlyhillsplatsicsurgery**** - 310.271.6996 There are many surgeons in the Los Angeles and Beverly Hills who perform breast augmentation surgery. Doing research and finding a board certified Beverly Hills plastic surgeon is very important. The results of breast augmentation in Beverly Hills and Los Angeles varies from practice to practice. Breast augmentation results will depend on several factors including surgeon experience, whether or not the physician is a board certified platsic surgeon which means they certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and of course the individual talent of that particular plastic surgeon performing the breast augmentation. The pricing of Beverly Hills Breast Augmentation and price of Los Angeles Breast Augmentation will rely on several factors. The fees are based on the amount of time that will be spent in the operating room as well as costs for nursing and the anesthesiologist and supplies. At Beverly Hills plastic surgery we provide anesthesiologists whereas other facilities performing breast enlargement may use nurse anesthetists. Also, the cost of the procedure in Beverly Hills and Los Angeles is the type of implant that is selected. Patients have the option of using saline or silicone implants. The pricing for silicone implants will be slightly more and the advantages are softer feel and less chance for breast implant rippling. Saline implants have the advantage of placement through the belly button as well as less chance for capsular contracture as well as no need for MRI's to rule out leaks. The implant that is best for you will depend on your needs and preferences. www.beverlyhillsplasticsurgery**** Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery 436 N. Bedford Dr. Suite 305 Beverly Hills, Ca. 90210 For any further questions or to arrange for an appointment please call (310) 271-6996 or you can e-mail at: drdavidkimbeverlyhillsplasticsurgery****
21 Nov 2011
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*******www.beverlyhillsplatsicsurgery**** - 310.271.6996 There are many surgeons in the Los Angeles and Beverly Hills who perform breast augmentation surgery. Doing research and finding a board certified Beverly Hills plastic surgeon is very important. The results of breast augmentation in Beverly Hills and Los Angeles varies from practice to practice. Breast augmentation results will depend on several factors including surgeon experience, whether or not the physician is a board certified platsic surgeon which means they certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and of course the individual talent of that particular plastic surgeon performing the breast augmentation. The pricing of Beverly Hills Breast Augmentation and price of Los Angeles Breast Augmentation will rely on several factors. The fees are based on the amount of time that will be spent in the operating room as well as costs for nursing and the anesthesiologist and supplies. At Beverly Hills plastic surgery we provide anesthesiologists whereas other facilities performing breast enlargement may use nurse anesthetists. Also, the cost of the procedure in Beverly Hills and Los Angeles is the type of implant that is selected. Patients have the option of using saline or silicone implants. The pricing for silicone implants will be slightly more and the advantages are softer feel and less chance for breast implant rippling. Saline implants have the advantage of placement through the belly button as well as less chance for capsular contracture as well as no need for MRI's to rule out leaks. The implant that is best for you will depend on your needs and preferences. www.beverlyhillsplasticsurgery**** Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery 436 N. Bedford Dr. Suite 305 Beverly Hills, Ca. 90210 For any further questions or to arrange for an appointment please call (310) 271-6996 or you can e-mail at: drdavidkimbeverlyhillsplasticsurgery****
21 Nov 2011
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The clip performing the transplant from Awake (2007) I'm looking for it. Okay, here we go. Here we go. Beresford transplant... operating room B. Becky, it's me. Listen, get her up and get her dressed now. I'm coming back. Becky, just do it, okay? My car is downstairs. Doctor? Larry. You're not going to believe what... Over here! Stop! Hands up! Ah! Give me the heart. Heartbeat in position. Get a 3-0 ready. No, no, no. It's too fast. What if... I'll do the worrying. Here, watch that clamp. Pick up stitch. Come on, come on. Load the Milrinone. Just give me time. We need to move. Come here. What the fuck is going on? Relax. Look, what did I tell you? I told you I was going to look after you, didn't I? You trusted me this far, so just keep quiet. I almost forgot. I've had this way too long to leave this behind. Three-one. Wet his hands. John, we're running out of time. We're almost there. We're almost there. Scissor. Cut. Head down, pressure down. Cross clamp off. We got rhythm. Looks good.
22 Nov 2011
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The clip at the hospital/new story part I from The Paper (1994) We're at the hospital. The doctor knows we're coming. She'll be okay? Type her for six units. I'm the anaesthesiologist. I have to ask you some questions. Is there anything I can do? We're going to the operating room. I'm going in. Wait here! If you wanna help, wait here. I'll be back as soon as I can. No penicillin. Oh, my God. I gotta call my office. Let's prep her for OR. I need to make a telephone call. You have to change planes in San Juan. It's only 41/2 hours from New York. No kidding. I've gotta talk to Chuck. Hello? I've gotta talk to Chuck! Honey! Lady, you're shot. They'll have to wait. Isn't it hot down there? So you're hot. So jump in the ocean. That's what it's for. You're gonna have a Caesarean. Do you have any medical problems? Do you take any medicine? OR four. Have you ever had surgery? Anybody in the family have problems with anaesthesia? When did you eat last? Get the scrub ready. Move over. Come on. Move over. When did you last eat? Today. How long ago? Help us out here. Bend your knees. We cannot operate until you sign the consent form. I will sign the consent form... when you get me his goddam phone! Replate!
22 Nov 2011
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The clip healthcare in guantanamo bay from Sicko (2007) We're now approaching the five-year anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. So I'm announcing today that Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, Abu Zubaydah, Ramzi Binalshibh, and 11 other terrorists in CIA custody, have been transferred to the US naval base at Guantanamo Bay. On that island are some of the world's most hardened enemy combatants. These detainees are deadly and include the 20th hijacker, as well as a number of Osama bin Laden's personal bodyguards and others who had a direct role in the September 11 attacks. The kind of people held at Guantanamo include terrorist trainers, bomb-makers... Many of them have American blood on their hands and are the elite of al-Qaida. It seems to me we have an obligation to treat these individuals as enemy combatants. And then I learned it wasn't all bad news at Gitmo. Detainees representing a threat to our national security are given access to top-notch medical facilities. They have acute care 24 hours a day, in which surgical procedures, everything can be performed right there in the detainee camps. This is the dental clinic, or the health clinic. We have a physical therapy department, X-ray capabilities with digital X-rays. We have one single operating room. Health personnel to detainee ratio is one to four, remarkably high. They do sick call on the blocks three times per week, care for them there if they can, or bring that detainee back to the clinic to be seen there. Screening for cancer has taken place. Colonoscopy is a procedure which is performed there on a routine basis. We have diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol. We monitor the weight and nutrition of the detainees,
25 Nov 2011
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The clip under attack Part 2 from Gone with the Wind (1939) Nurse, you can free this bed. Miss Scarlett! Why, Frank Kennedy. Miss Suellen. Is she well? When did they bring you in? Are you bad hurt? -Suellen. Is she--? -She's all right. Dr. Wilson needs you in the operating room. He's gonna take off that leg. I'll be back. No! You leave me alone! Don't! I can't stand it! Don't cut! Don't cut! Don't! Don't! Please! Where's the nurse? Dr. Wilson's waiting. Let him wait! I'm going home! I don't want any more men dying and screaming. I don't want any more! Big Sam! Big Sam! Almighty Moses! It's Miss Scarlett!
18 Feb 2012
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For the first time, researchers and engineers in California tested how everything from elevators to operating rooms hold up during a major earthquake. Ben Tracy reports on the state of the art technology used to prevent against catastrophic damage.
24 Aug 2012
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This 3d medical animation features a dramatic operative room overview of a left leg below the knee surgical amputation following severe trauma to the ankle and foot. Surgical images reveal and label the following: External fixator removed, Skin incision flap created, Medial muscles cut exposing tibial bone, Tibial bone saw cut with bone saw, Lateral muscles cut exposing fibular bone, Fibular bone cut with bone saw and lower leg and foot removed and Muscle mass and skin flap closed to form a stump. ANC00127
20 Oct 2012
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